Last Updated: Wed, 04 Sep 2013 13:29
Skipper Michael Dawson has told his Tottenham team-mates they must put last Sunday's defeat to Arsenal behind them.
Andre Villas-Boas' men lost 1-0 to their arch rivals at the Emirates Stadium despite having a number of chances, notably to Kyle Walker, but they could not put them away and walked away with nothing.
Dawson is now looking for his team-mates to put that defeat behind them when they take on Norwich in their next Premier League game at home on September 14.
He said: "We know what it means to everyone and it's a tough one to take.
"We had a real go and we were hoping something might just fall for us. The goalkeeper [Wojciech Szczesny] made a great save from Jermain [Defoe] and we just needed a little luck. It wasn't to be.
"We have to move on. Football can be a cruel game and it will be a frustrating couple of weeks now until the game against Norwich.
"We've a while to stew over it, but we have the chance to put it right and I'm sure the fans - who were fantastic at Arsenal - will be back at the Lane as we try to do that."
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